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Kansas is Test Market for New Tobacco Product

Posted: 05/26/2011 - Next Tuesday's observance of World No Tobacco Day brings a reminder about the dangers of candy-scented tobacco sticks that are being marketed here.

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The Push to Find the Missing in Joplin

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Authorities work day and night to help locate anyone who might have survived Sunday's disaster, and a Facebook page has been constructed to show the many missing.

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Why Topeka's Parks and Recreation Merger Failed

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Council members heard the outline of a consolidation plan from Bob Archer. But this effort also fell by the wayside, losing by one vote on Tuesday. Archer's co-author of the plan, Shelly Buhler, says she will keep working on the proposal for reconsideration.

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Going Into June, With These Hot Jobs

Posted: 05/24/2011 - Andrea Gilchrist discussed these jobs with Ralph on Tuesday's show. Now ready more about them for your June job research!

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The Number to Call to Volunteer in Reading

Posted: 05/23/2011 - The United Way, along with the Lyon County Community Organization urge any Kansans who would like to volunteer, to call the number you see in this story.

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Gas Prices Dropping, Just in Time for Camping

Posted: 05/23/2011 - Fuel prices still taking the plunge this week, as campers pack up for trips on Memorial Day Weekend. $4 per gallon gas is not likely to re-appear this summer.

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Multiple Deaths Reported, as Monster Tornado Slams Joplin, Missouri

Updated: 05/23/2011 - Joplin's St. John's Medical Center has taken a "direct hit," in the place where many of the injured were to be treated. Looting is reported in the damaged downtown areas already tonight. Minneapolis, Minnesota (pictured here) is also reeling from major twister damage.

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How to Help The Hard-Hit Towns

Posted: 05/22/2011 - It took Kansans almost no time at all to plan donation drives to help the people of decimated Reading, Kansas and other towns impacted by Saturday night's storms.

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Click It or Ticket Enforcement Ramps Up Monday

Posted: 05/20/2011 - Beginning Monday through June 5th, look for increased police presence on city streets as the Topeka Police Department aggressively enforces the Kansas "Click It or Ticket" campaign.

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A Billion for Barnes and Noble?

Posted: 05/20/2011 - Liberty Media operates the Starz cable networks and the Home Shopping Network. Now it's owner is offering to buy the bookstore chain for $1 billion. It makes sense for John Malone. Will it make sense for Barnes & Noble?

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Katie Couric Signs Off "Evening News"

Posted: 05/20/2011 - The now-former CBS News anchor is likely to move to ABC, with the network having the rights to a planned new daytime talk show.

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Topeka Police Department Offering SRO Summer Camps

Posted: 05/18/2011 - Landon Middle School hosts the School Resource Officers Summer Camps. As we discussed on 13 News at 4:00, here's a day-by-day breakdown of what your young teen could learn about law enforcement.

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Washburn Rural Students Collecting for "Life Straws"

Posted: 05/17/2011 - Good Kid Molly Rockefeller invites you to read her own story about LifeStraws, and why she believes they could be an important lifesaver in the battle against cholera from contamined water in Haiti. (If you'd like to donate after you read this, please send your contributions to: Topeka Community Foundation, LifeStraw Project, attention of Marsha Pope, 5431 SW 29th, Suite 300, Topeka 66614)

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